swindling

[ swin-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF swindling

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SWINDLING

I had it in me to give him the lie, to denounce him then for a low, swindling trickster.

She said ‘Yes’ to him only for the sake of that fatuous, swindling father of hers.

She said “Yes” to him only for the sake of that fatuous, swindling father of hers.

The counterfoil altered too—very deliberate piece of swindling.

Manby told him fair and straight that he was a swindling cur.

The proprietor called it a "game of skill;" but it was nearer a game of swindling.

With all his swindling schemes, Mr. Annister would not go too far.

The swindling of those fellows at Silverbridge had been too much for him.

I don't pretend to be a lawyer; but it looks to me very much like swindling.

The swindling scoundrel has had his punishment before this, so let him go.

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